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How transportation played key role in transformation of Milan

Rail| July 1, 2015

The Brussels based UITP’s World Congress is the major global gathering of the world’s public transport industry to network, review progress and innovation, understand trends from suppliers as well as focus on the challenges that public transport faces in delivering a viable, sustainable future for the world.

Metrolink receives $41M for low-emission locomotives

Sustainability| July 1, 2015

Tier 4 locomotives are expected to reduce particulate matter and nitrogen oxide emissions by more than 85% compared to current Tier 0 locomotive engines.

Management & Operations| July 1, 2015

LYNX chief is sole finalist for top Charlotte transit post

Prior to joining LYNX, John Lewis served as the CEO of the Greater Richmond Transit Company.

Rail| July 1, 2015

Calif.'s SMART secures $11 million grant to buy 3 more railcars

The three additional cars will boost SMART’s seating capacity by 35%, officials said. Because of the escalating costs for railcars, the grant also was estimated to have saved taxpayers about $11 million, according to state officials,

Management & Operations| July 1, 2015

RideScout acquires GlobeSherpa to advance mobile payment ticketing

Together, the companies will offer multiple transportation options accessed through one platform, with booking and payment integrated to allow for a seamless experience.

Rail| June 30, 2015

Parsons Brinckerhoff under contract to deliver Calif. high-speed rail

Will begin work on a seven-year, $700 million rail delivery partner contract awarded by the California High-Speed Rail Authority earlier this month.

Management & Operations| June 30, 2015

Milwaukee County bus drivers set to strike

The drivers’ union president said the strike will begin at 3 a.m. Wednesday. Both sides are set to meet with a mediator Tuesday for one last opportunity to reach a deal.

Bus| June 30, 2015

BusCon returns to Indy

Each year, more and more people look forward to BusCon as a chance to network, learn about new trends and technology, and gain the tools that are necessary to revitalize the way they tackle their own operations.

Security and Safety | June 30, 2015

San Diego MTS police chief passes away

Bill Burke was 68 years old. He started with MTS in 2001, was promoted to director of security in 2004 and became its first chief of police in 2011.

Rail| June 30, 2015

Alstom to supply 13 Coradia Lint regional trains to Danish network

The Coradia Lint 41 is an environmentally-friendly low-consumption Diesel Multiple Unit that can reach a maximum operating speed of up to 87 mph.

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